Jeff Horn vs Gary ‘Hellraiser’ Corcoran – Battle Of Brisbane 2 Free Bonus Bets

Posted by on 13/12/2017
Filled in: Neds

Online bookie are offering punters Bonus Free Bets on tonights Fight between Jeff Horn and Gary ‘Hellraiser’ Corcoran dubbed the Battle Of Brisbane 2. Claim this offer below.


How To Claim:

  1. Register at via this link
  2. Go to the promotions page
  3. Follow the instructions
Horn v Hellraiser terms & conditions

Qualifying Bet amount $20
Offer dates: until event start on December 13, 2017
Nominated event: the Jeff Horn v Gary Corcoran boxing fight on December 13, 2017.

This offer is not available to residents of SA.
This offer only applies to the first head to head bet placed on the Jeff Horn v Gary Corcoran WBO boxing match to be held in Brisbane on December 13, 2017 (‘Nominated Fight’)

This offer is only available to existing Neds Customers who:
– have a valid, active and funded Betting Account with Neds;
– place a Bet using the Neds Betting Platform (either online or app);
– place a Head to Head Bet of $20 on the Nominated Fight, (‘Qualifying Bet’).

This offer is available until the start of the Nominated Fight (‘Promotional Period’). Bets placed after the Promotional Period are not eligible for this offer.
If a Customer places a Qualifying Bet, they will receive from Neds, a $10 bonus bet (‘Bonus Bet’).
This Bonus Bet will be allocated to the Customer’s Account within 24 hours of placing the Qualifying Bet.
The Bonus Bet will be redeemable on the any eligible betting market available on Neds. The Bonus Bet will lapse after 7 days if it is not redeemed.
If more than one Bet is placed on the Nominated Fight, Neds reserves the right to cancel any and all Bets on the market.
The Bonus Bets or matched Bets received from other Neds promotional offers are not eligible to be used as a Qualifying Bet for this offer.
Neds reserves the right to change, cancel or suspend this promotion at any time.
Neds General Promotional Terms and Conditions also apply to this offer

* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article excludes NSW residents.